Toro’s new electric Ultra Buggy moves materials inside and out

By Jenny LescohierJanuary 26, 2022

The Ultra Buggy comes equipped with a fold-up platform so operators can choose to stand on or walk behind the unit

Toro’s recent introduction of an electric material buggy changes the game by facilitating the easy movement of materials from indoor to outdoor work settings.

The new battery-powered Ultra Buggy from Toro features a compact design and zero exhaust emissions, making it ideal for indoor construction and renovation applications. With a narrow width of 31.5-in, it can fit through a 3-ft door with crash bar, while a zero-turn-radius allows it to navigate hard-to-access areas.

The Ultra Buggy comes equipped with a fold-up platform so operators can choose to stand on or walk behind the unit.

The new material mover is powered by HyperCell, a battery system developed by Toro specifically to meet customer demand and optimized to deliver an eight-hour continuous runtime.

Ultra Buggy is designed to haul up to 16 cu ft or 2,500 lbs of material. Additionally, the mounted directional and dump switches ensure continuous movement while operating the machine.

The new electric Ultra Buggy will be available in Fall 2022. 

A year ago, Toro introduced the Swivel Mud Buggy featuring a redesigned tub that allows the machine to swivel 180 degrees.

The Swivel Mud Buggy can carry up to 2,500 lbs (or 16 cu ft) of material, has upgraded mobility that allows users to dump materials anywhere in a half circle.

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